Musings From a Pet Docktor

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    Just how do i Decrease My own Risk Within a Business Environment

    Jun 21 2018

    Many of us that have an entrepreneurial mood look forwards to the afternoon that we all can begin our own organization. We might experience high hopes for the future, convinced…

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    How can i Decrease My Risk In a Business Environment

    Jun 21 2018

    Many of us with an entrepreneurial mood look forwards to a new day that we all may start our own organization. We might include superior hopes for the future, thinking…

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    Get Antivirus Designed for Laptop On the net At Very best Prices In India

    Jun 19 2018

    While Microsoft windows Defender is automatically incorporated into Windows main. 1 and above, medical tests of the program contain shown the performance and protection amounts are significantly lacking. Viruses is…

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    Ask and you shall receive!

    Dec 29 2015

    Most of what a veterinarian does everyday, at least in routine practice, is to communicate. We talk, and talk, and talk sometimes. Hopefully, we’re saying something useful, particularity relating to…

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    Ready for some bad news? Me neither…

    Dec 10 2015

    Delivering bad news is never easy. Depending on the exact news, I tend to be more or less proficient, most of the time. As with everything in life, we tend to…

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    “Single Canine Seeking Extra Treats”

    Nov 15 2015

    Addiction is no laughing matter. People that are addicted to substances, behaviors, etc. seek those items relentlessly until they either find them or they control or subdue their urges. As humans…

  • Let me take this call..

    Oct 27 2015

    Oddly enough, the most unpredictable part of my job is returning and making phone calls. The telephone is a Pandora’s box. Depending on the task at hand, I may be…

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    Tell It Like It Is

    Oct 22 2015

    One of the most important aspects of a veterinary visit is the history provided to us by the client or pet owner.  The history includes just what you might think…

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    Why I’m thankful to be a veterinarian

    Nov 27 2014

    In the spirit of giving thanks, and before immersing myself in Thanksgiving activities, I sat down today to hammer out a short list of all the things that are great…

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    Mixed Breed Dogs & Wordsmithing

    Oct 23 2014

    Can someone tell me when we made the transition from referring to our mixed breed dogs as “mixed breed”, “mutt”, “Heinz 57” or “sooner dog” and began calling them by…